About the Burford House Motor Show
to be held Sunday 4th August, 2019.
The Burford House Motor Show will return once again for another great weekend of automotive fun for all the family. The free event runs from 11am to 4pm and features vintage and unusual cars, motor bikes and other vehicles on display in the grounds of the beautiful Burford House Gardens, for which free tours will be available especially for visitors to the motor show. Paul Benson, Burford House Garden Store Manager, said: 'This is only the second year of the motor show, but the success from last year’s event has been driving us in planning for this year, whilst also fuelling the buzz from local classic car fans and the clubs and owners that will be exhibiting. We’ve added new elements for visitors, including Motor Trade stands, which will be joined once again by the Café-Bar, providing home-cooked treats, afternoon teas and ice cream throughout the day.' Despite many places being already filled, owners of classic and interesting vehicles (four, three or two-wheeled) are still welcomed to register. A limited number of motor trade stands are also available (5 x 3 metres) for £30, but must be connected to the motor trade and be booked in advance. For all bookings contact Burford House Garden Store manager Paul Benson on 01584 810777. All entrants must arrive 9-10am to set up. Find out more Visit https://www.gardenstoreonline.co.uk/static/Burford-house.html for more details, or contact the store direct by calling 01584 810777 or emailing email@example.com.
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-2.593644 (LONG) // 52.312092 (LAT)
Get in touch
To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.
Burford House Motor Show Contact Details
- Contact Name: Robbie Cumming
- Organisation: Burford House Garden Store
- Address: Burford House, Tenbury Wells
- Postcode: WR15 8AZ
- Phone: 01584 810777
Burford House Motor Show
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